There has never been a more challenging time to lead, or work within a healthcare facility – we get it. With the ever changing-complexities, increased expenses and expanding demands placed on you and your team, you should never need to worry about the cost, reliability, or the customer service you receive from your medical waste service provider.

At Waste Medic, we pride ourselves on the fact that we keep our pricing fair, simple and transparent and our customer service accessible, friendly, and as responsive as you can get. It is because of this basic and honest approach that we have been one of the fastest growing medical waste management companies in the country since opening our doors nearly a decade ago.

We are humbled by our success and are thankful for the trust given to us by each location we serve. We would love the opportunity to learn about the unique needs of your operations to see if we can do the same for you.

Headquartered in Nashville, Waste Medic offers our full suite of services to over 2,000 healthcare facilities across Alabama, Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee.

Our Leadership Team

Mark Evans

CEO

Nashville, Tennessee
877.906.5558
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Drew Evans

COO

Nashville, Tennessee
877.906.5558
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Walker Culver

Director of Operations

Madison, Mississippi
877.906.5558
[email protected]

A Reliable Healthcare Partnership

Our success is built upon strong relationships with our clients. Simply stated… our clients are our number one priority. Headquartered in Nashville, Waste Medic offers our full suite of services to over 2,000 healthcare facilities across Alabama, Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee.

IN THE NEWS

Police: Human remains found at Baltimore County recycling center likely ‘medical waste’

Police: Human remains found at Baltimore County recycling center likely ‘medical waste’

Investigators suspect that human remains discovered at a Cockeysville recycling plant on Monday are likely medical waste, according to Baltimore County Police. The remains were found at the Baltimore County Refuse/Recycling Center, prompting a temporary closure. Authorities are awaiting autopsy results to confirm the nature of the remains and investigate their origin. Read more on The Baltimore Sun.

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